Tag Archives: conversion

Facing a Fear

This past Saturday, my husband and I were working in the garage and were approached by three people.  We thought that they were from the Democratic Party, because we’ve been getting a lot of those lately due to the upcoming … Continue reading

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Reflection for the Readings for Sunday, September 28, 2014

Readings for Sunday, September 28th This Sunday’s readings bring a few key concepts to mind for me: Virtue Integrity Relativism In the first reading, when the Lord says, “You say that my ways are unfair…” I thought of the rot … Continue reading

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Triumph

The week before last, at St. Joseph’s Abbey and Seminary College, I was privileged to get to see a screening of the movie, “Triumph.”  It is a documentary filmed in Medjugorje. The movie follows Ben, a 28-year-old man who is … Continue reading

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Lost Sheep

This is my favorite artistic rendering of the Good Shepherd and the lost lamb.  To me, it shows Christ’s immense love for us, and the great lengths He will go to – to try to rescue us and to bring … Continue reading

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Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, January 27th, 2013

Readings for Sunday, January 27 In reflecting upon the first reading and the psalm for today, I immediately think of my teenage students.  Whenever we talk about the commandments and the rules that God has set before us, some always … Continue reading

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The Mission

There has been much talk about end times in recent years.  Truth be told, people have been talking about it since Jesus ascended into heaven!  For generations, we’ve awaited His return.  We’re not sure how we feel about what is … Continue reading

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Fasting Fear

“For the Lord is gracious and merciful and prefers the conversion of a sinner rather than his death. Patient and generous in his mercy, he does not give in to human impatience but is willing to wait a long time … Continue reading

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